Economist Report Relative To The National Lottery Of Ireland And Reduction Financing
The national lottery of ireland issued a recent report on the discussion, which states that local charitable organizations have suffered €43 million.
The economist dublin city university tony fowley in his report said that the reduction is about €43 million allocated for charitable goals in connection with the entry into the business premier lotteries ireland (pli). Moreover, the national lottery argues that in the past few years, charitable contributions were increased.
The customer of the report, which have revealed a number of reasons that influenced financing, was made by the european association of lottery rates (elba). One of these reasons was the high level of unclaimed prizes that were returned to the national lottery. Also affected the small efficiency of the operator on digital channels. The results of the study show that there are a number of important issues that pose a threat to long-term financing.
However, the employee of the dublin city university says that the existing threat in the issue of betting in the online lottery and further financing in today’s conditions is minimal. This is evidenced by the share of the market, which is owned by such licensed operators, such as lottoland, especially in the light of high sales of the national lottery.
Even despite clarify that the study ordered elba, which does not contribute to the charity foundation, and some of its members make bets on the lottery, which is prohibited in other eu countries.
Irish examiner reports that the amount of prizes won by the players of the national lottery in 2018 €98 million more than in 2014. At the same time, the amount of financing allocated to the fund was €49 million higher than in the same year 2014. Employees of the national lottery said that in the period from 2015 to 2018, its participants were collected €870 million for charitable purposes.
Recall, sales in camelot increased in the first half of the year.